UNIFIED LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION
UNIFIED LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE REGULATIONS1
(17th May, 1974)
ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
Constitution and Abolition of Offices
3. Notification of offices
4. Constitution of local government office
5. Abolition of local government office
Appointment and Termination of Appointments
6. Notification of vacancies
8. Selection of candidates
9. Termination of appointment other than on disciplinary grounds
10. Cases not covered by this Part
11. Disciplinary control to be prompt
12. Preliminary investigation
13. Reporting cases to Establishment Secretary
14. Salary of an officer during interdiction
15. Salary following conviction
16. Action on receiving report by Establishment Secretary
17. Finding of enquiry
18. Powers of principal officer
19. Criminal proceedings against an officer
20. Criminal proceedings, action required by police and judicial officers
21. Disciplinary action while criminal proceedings are pending
22. Disciplinary action following criminal conviction
23. . . .
25. Reprimands or warning
26. Absence without leave
27. Documentary evidence
29. Production of relevant documents, etc.
31. Power to review staff complements and gradings
33. Cases not provided for
S.I. 70, 1974,
S.I. 81, 2007,
S.I. 39, 2010.
Preliminary (regs 1-2)
These Regulations may be cited as the Unified Local Government Service Regulations.
In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires-
"General Orders" means General Orders governing the unified local government service;
"local government office" means an office of emolument in the unified local government service.
Constitution and Abolition of Offices (regs 3-5)
The Establishment Secretary shall publish once in every year a list of all local government offices.
Application for the constitution of any local government office shall be made to the Establishment Secretary by a principal officer and every such application shall state-
(a) the title of the office;
(b) the salary or salary scale to be attached to such office;
(c) whether the proposed office is to be permanent;
(d) the reason why the constitution of such office is considered desirable;
(e) the qualifications which will be required of any holder of the proposed office and the duties which any such holder will be required to perform;
(f) whether or not funds are available; and
(g) such other matters as the Establishment Secretary may require.
Application for the abolition of any local government office shall be made to the Establishment Secretary by the principal officer and every such application shall state-
(a) the reason why it is considered desirable that the office should be abolished; and
(b) such other matters as the Establishment Secretary may require.
Appointment and Termination of Appointments (regs 6-10)
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